“Lot Of Effort, Lot Of Attention To Detail”

June 4th, 2019

Joe has been impressed by Bucco Bruce Arians consistently saying he’s very happy overall with what he sees in practice.

Bucs coaches don’t always go there.

But for Arians it’s been steady theme, going back weeks ago when he detailed to Joe how he knows the Bucs offense is a quick study. And Arians talked more about the lack of mental errors today for the entire club.

“Really pleased with this practice. Lot of effort. Lot of attention to detail,” Arians said after today’s opening minicamp session inside the GlazerShed on the grounds of One Buc Palace.

“Defense had some really good moments. Offense had some really good moments. So, the Bucs win. It’s never a good one when one side or the other wins the whole practice. But overall I thought it was way solid.”

America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, wasn’t perfect, but Arians was very quick to say those throws to the defense were not a problem today.

“As far as throwing interceptions, I want to see where we’re throwing ball down the field and learn from it. Do I get upset with interceptions? Always, but not today,” Arians said. “We had some new things going in against different coverages, second and third reads, a lot of second and third players that were not necessarily in the right spots. So, no I don’t get upset with him.”

Yes, it’s practice. It’s June. But it all starts here and Joe has a feeling Arians would offer a public glimpse of his disappointment if he had one about the team as a whole.

10 Responses to ““Lot Of Effort, Lot Of Attention To Detail””

  1. AlteredEgo Say: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    ASJ was cut by NE… for the JBF revisionists

  2. D-Rome Says:

    This is very encouraging. It sounds like Arians may actually be changing the culture a bit.

  3. Bucnjim Says:

    Just another day at the beach is finally turning into just another day at work. Tampa has been a vacation destination for too many NFL players these past 8 years. Schiano had it right but he struggled with grown professional athletes. Arians has already had success in the league and the respect of most players.

  4. webster Says:

    “Second and third players that were necessarily in the right spot. So no, i dont get upset with him.” EXACTLY. Maybe arians can educate this slow fan base that not all ints are the qb’s fault. You know how adam humphries ran the wrong route on jameis 1st pass of his career. Finally a coach who is up front and not letting fans and media cintrol the media. Add this to when arians and leftwich said you cant be down 28 pts and expect jameis to be perfect. Translation, your defense, kicking game etc has sucked for 4 years and while jameis is not a finished product, he is by far not the problem.

  5. Louis Says:

    I personally think that the culture is changing cuz the malcontents and those not interested or willing to adapt to the needs of the teamand it’s new systems have been eliminated and the newer players that have been brought in are interested willing to work and make things happen . They are hungry and have to prove they belong. Teams will be poaching our cuts for practice squad players. Tampa will be a destination for those interested in careers.
    I’m so excited to watch our team grow into an aggressive cohesive group

  6. Youngbucs Says:

    Effort and details look good. Awesome now I need to see it executed on gameday

  7. Timbo Slice Says:

    I can’t help but think that we could’ve talked McCoy down to skill (or so) and still signed Suh at 10mill, and dropped gohlston instead.

    Suh, McCoy and Vea. Now THAT would be a defensive line!!

  8. Timbo Slice Says:

    *Talked McCoy down to 8mill*

  9. Allbuccedup Says:

    BA or BS

  10. #1bucsfan Says:

    Timbo that would be a scary Dline